Corazon Alberto - Mesa del pintor Alberto Corazon (Observaciones)
2016 - Acrylic on canvas - H 200 x W 700 cm
Alberto Corazón Climent is a Spanish designer, photographer, sculptor and painter. He took part in the first stages of the "conceptual art" that the Redor Gallery organized in Spain in the early 1970s. He made his first exhibitions in "alternative spaces" and continues to show his work in Europe (Italy and Germany) and will be present at the 1976 Venice Biennale with Tàpies and Equipo Crónica. Two years later, he is invited to the Biennale of Paris to exhibit at the Petit Palais with Antonio Saura. His last contribution to the idea of ??art took place at the Alexander Iolas Gallery in New York in 1979 with the anthology project entitled 'Read Image 3'. He begins the century with an anthology in the Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid "Alberto Corazón, paintings and sculptures 1992-2002", which will take place soon in Spain. In 2003, he is present in the exhibition "Spanish Art for the Outside", organized by SEACEX-Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for cultural institutions in Syria, Jordan and Iran. The year 2009, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Madrid has mounted the retrospective "Alberto Corazón, Plaza Mayor and other conceptual works of the 70s". In 2013 "Working with Signs: Alberto Corazón's Drawings", an anthology exhibition from 1963 to 2013, visited several Spanish museums.